The purpose of the workshop is to assess the latest trends within remote testing with users participating. In particular, to record and review the present state-of-the-art of methods and tools and assess the experiences gained during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will seek to answer the following questions:
What new experiences have the COVID-19 pandemic brought with regard to remote testing?
Has the increased focus on remote work during the pandemic also brought new requirements, strategies or methods to the field of remote testing – and do you see any that will be adopted after the pandemic ends?
– Are existing platforms and tools sufficient for the future demands?
– How can remote testing evolve from software to physical products?
– How can unsupervised remote testing provide qualitative insights to a higher degree than now?
– Does remote testing cater sufficiently for user groups with special needs?
– Here we are including children, persons with physical or cognitive impairments, the elderly, or those not comfortable with the digital solutions surrounding us.
The workshop invites contributions sharing remote testing experiences as well as position papers bringing up a particular issue or focus. Contributions from industry are particularly welcome. The workshop layout will be a mix of presentations from participants and group and plenary discussions.